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JOHN C.CONWAY 



There is a wholeness in a man like John Conway that makes the 
observer understand how the "holy" was derived from "whole." After 
twenty years as a dedicated and competent professor of modern 
languages and European literature at Boston College, John came to 
Massasoit to serve. 

And he has served in such a total — such a whole-way that a 
collage of him in many but unified ways is pressed on our minds: the 
first to come and the last to leave at a college prayer service for a 
colleague's brother; the first to "come in" each morning to scour out 
the old faculty coffee pot and set it to perking so that other faculty 
might have a "first cup before class. " We see John meticulous in his 
preparation for classes and in his record-keeping, yet always ready to 
help a student with a problem or to be a "grandfather": "If you go 
skiing this vaction, don't break a leg, " or "Be careful driving. " His 
thoughtfulness canvassed much ground; he set the tradition of fresh 
donuts on Language Arts Examination day and often warmed snowy 
or bleak days with a confection from Mrs. Conway's kitchen; his 
congratulatory notes to colleagues, chalked on blackborads or placed 
on bulletin boards — open punning — were works of art. 

And in the illness that consumed the large part of his past year, 
his nobility taught us the triviality of much that we find it human 
to complain about. We are indeed the more "Whole" because we 
have prayed and taught and shared with this man. 



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DEAN SIMMONS 
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DAN KIMBOROWICZ 
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NETTIE RADFORD 
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JIM YESS 
Director of Student Activities 



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JAMES SULLIVAN 
Director of Counseling 



RICHARD MURPHY 
Placement Officer 





TRUDY COLLINS 
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Assistant Dean of Faculty 



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what do you feel 

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See me 

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you fly the skies 
while i, an 

ostrich be. 

howard lee miller 



How free the mind rests upon being forgiven 
How happy the heart feels upon being forgiven, 

Turmoil and burden which lie within upon being forgiven, 
Seem to be but a distant grind. Solitude rests her head. 

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Death, like a stranger, 

Comes unknown and travels with 

Many fearing it. 

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To look within yourself would be 

to see an ocean 

The waves - your thoughts 

The crest of each - a memory 

of your deeds, good and bad; 

a summation. 

And beneath; the vast, illimitable deep, 

your dreams, foundation for the rest. 

Ken Howard 



death 

came through the cloud 

and asked for me 
without answering 

I fell asleep 
and found my way 
back into a dream 

that was a long time 
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life 

came to my dream 

and smiled 
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and death, now being 
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insinuations undulate my mind, 
truths? : Counter- thoughts -- lies to me, 
Egalitarian Reality is not. 

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Judge not your fellow man, 
Anyone can break a mirror 
if he looks at it honestly. 

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FURTHUR 



Fdltor — Ken Bandera 
Assistant Editors -- Ginny O'Brien and Mike Buckley 
Contributors toward the cause - Rich Bonner, Joe Bird, 
Anoniie, Peter Krewko, Gene Cronin, Greco, Paul Delahanty, 
Robert Perry, Don Haskell, Mary Mugdeline, Rusty Frizzell, 
I>otti Loveday, Hedge Head, Iron Worker, Steve Fitzgerald, 
Abacus, Barquar, Roaniin Croaker, Bruce Hammill, Ken Richie 
Finger Works - - Hedy Li. u. Bo, Bongs, and Bongs 
Business Manager — Jim Rubino 

Art Director Paul Carey - with extra special thanks 
Special Thanks Chico Kearscy and his merry house on Jupiter 
Road 

All ideas herein expressed arc lies, falsehood, and out and 
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Remarkable 
Year 

1972 will go down in his- 
tory as the "remarkable 
year" in U. S. politics. Con- 
sider these "remarkable" 
items i 

Richard Nixon won the 
election by one of the two 
greatest landslides in presi- 
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Mike Buckley 
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President Student Senate: Paul Flavin 
Student Senator: Ginny O'Brien 



Student Senator Lorie Townsend 

S.A.C. Bob Greenberg 

Student Senator Maryellen McCarthy 






Ken Pellitter 
Brian Carrigan 



Bill Connolly 
Joe Monganella 



Student Senate Advisor 
James Yess 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 
L. TOR.: Mike Buckley, Marianne Caulfield, Bev Mcabee, Howie Miller, Frank Gorm ley (Editor), Sadie Marron, 
Eddie Mediroes. Missing from Picture: Anne O'leary, Dottie Loveday, Lester Matzkin, Charlie Rosa. 



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DO NOT BEND, FOLD, SPINDLE, OR MUTILATE 

A mewling, pewking brat 

Who was begat 

By IBM and RCA (incestual rats) 

Stepping smartly to the tune unreality lied 

Clicked empty 'cross my grave, 

In monotone decried: 

I wouldyourwisdombeunwoundformeandpunchedintomymemorybanktosee 

Iflcaneatitupdigestandspititoutsuccessfullyandfindoutwhatmyhead 

Isallabout. 

"Oh, empty-headed-tin- can-kid, " quoth I, 

"You can't depend on other's truths, 

I know, I've tried. 

You can learn from what I've lived, 

I hope you do, 

But you must live . . . 

Experience . . . 

Be . . . 

To find what's you. 

Your programming cannot compute 
Through what my eyes can see; 
My wisdom isn't wise for you- 
It's only wise for me. " 

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Jeanne Kennedy 
Debbie Clark 
Steve Greco 
Ed Lemay 
Jim Yess 
Nettie Radford 
Mike Corthell 

IPSEDIXIT STAFF 

Anne O'leary 
MaryAnn Caulfield 
Lester Matzkin 
"White & Kane 
Debbie Flanagan 
Dottie Loveday 
Howie Miller 
Mike Bell 



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